LibriVox recording of Short Poetry Collection 171 by Various. Read in English by LibriVox Volunteers
This is a collection of 30 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for August 2017.
It includes: Air XXII, from Three Airs for the Beggar’s Opera, by John Gay Andante, by Frederick George Scott The bee is not afraid of me, by Emily Dickinson The Cherry-Blossom Wand, by Anna Wickham The Chrysanthemums in the Eastern Garden, by Juyi Bai 白居易 Comforted, by Anonymous Dearest, this one day we own, by Augusta Webster Eulalie, by Edgar Allan Poe Frostbound, by Violet Jacob The Labourers' Hymn, by Bernard Gilbert Live Blindly and Upon the Hour, by Trumbull Stickney Native Lament for Tusitala, by Unknown No News from the War, by Augusta Webster O, Gather Me the Rose, by William Ernest Henley Oh Fools, by Bernard Gilbert Oh, to be Home, by Bernard Gilbert The Owl, by Edward Thomas Perdita, by Eli Lundy Huggins Premonition, by George Santayana Prologue to Alice, by Lewis Carroll Rain, by William Saphier The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe Sea-Sighing, by Edward Dowden Song of Khan Zada, by Laurence Hope Sonnet 130, by William Shakespeare Sonnet 65, by William Shakespeare Sonnet VII, by Francesco Petrarca To My Beef Tea, by Anonymous White Rose and Red, by Augusta Webster Youth's Agitations, by Matthew Arnold
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